*rebecca

Forest Haiku X

by Rebecca Lawton


Deep in the forest

life is made, while I deal death

with sweeps of my pen


photographer: Caroline Dattner Blankstein

http://www.caroline-blankstein.fr


poet: Rebecca Lawton 

Rebecca Lawton on Caroline Dattner Blankstein’s accompanying photo: “because it has such a green alive heart”

http://beccalawton.com

BETH GREENE WAS NOT WEAK

This is what Beth has done throughout her time on the show! ❤
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Season Two ❤
- Helped out on Hershel’s Farm ❤
- Overcame Suicide ❤
- Took part in Ricks gun training sessions ❤
- Tried to save Patrica ❤

Season Three
- Survived through a whole winter ❤ (everyone did)
- Helped clear the walkers in the prison grounds - Didn’t give up hope when Hershel could of died from the leg amputation ❤
- Took on the role as Judith’s mother at only 17
- Stopped a fight between Merle, Glenn and Michonne ❤
- Sang The Parting Glass and Hold On to create a nice atmosphere and give hope for the survivors ❤
- Help protect the fences from Walkers ❤

Season Four
- Protected Judith and the kids when the mysterious flu hit the prison ❤
- Supported Michonne when she felt like she didn’t belong with the group ❤
- Lost her father to the governor but still fought back against his mini army ❤
- Got survivors on the prison bus too escape ❤
- Even after losing her father and home she still had hope that their was a reason to live and that team family was still out there ❤
- She saved Daryl from doing anything stupid; showing him that the apocalypse isn’t all doom and gloom ❤
- She distracted a small group of walkers from invading her and Daryl’s camp ❤
- She can take care of herself ❤
- She learned how to hunt, track and use the crossbow from Daryl ❤

Season Five
- Beth inspires Daryl into becoming a good man and a better person as we see through his actions and words ❤
- Helped Joan have her arm amputated ❤
- Caused the deaths of two officers including Gorman by smashing a jar over him causing Walker Joan to finish him off ❤
- She proves to be not afraid of Walkers as she takes down over 10 via headshot aswell as curve stomping and kicking ❤
- Saves Noah’s life ❤
- Stands up against Dawn making her realize that no one is coming for their rescue ❤
- Takes beatings from Dawn and doesn’t cry or flinch ❤
- Almost kills Dr Edwards ❤
- Saves Carols life ❤
- Saves Dawns life by pushing Officer O'Donnell down the elevator ❤
- Stands up against Dawn for the people of Grady Memorial, Noah and herself which results in her death ❤
- Tyreese hallucinates Beth’s image as he dies and she reassures him that everything will be ok ❤

The Maine International Film Festival in Waterville will kick off its 18th year with the Maine premiere of Tumbledown, a feature length film set in western Maine. Portland-based filmmakers Desi Van Til and Sean Mewshaw debuted their film at the Tribeca Film Festival in April and now look forward to presenting it to a Maine audience. The opening night screening of Tumbledown will be held Friday, July 10 at 6:30 p.m. at the Waterville Opera House.

Tickets for the opening night screening of Tumbledown are $12 and are available now. For more information on the film, including reviews and articles, visit: Rusticatorpictures.com.

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Credit: Joan Marcus

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